Many women spend hundreds of dollars on epilators, waxing kits, trimmers, and safety razors, all in an attempt to know how to remove facial hair.
In the end, many give up and resort to bleaching the hairs-better invisible than stubbly, right?
If you're sick and tired of shaving/waxing/epilating your face, read on to find out how to remove facial hair naturally.
Our simple home remedies have been tried and tested, and you'll find that they're surprisingly effective. Using them can teach you how to remove ingrown facial hair, get rid of that moustache, or trim those whiskers.
Did you know that you can make your own wax at home? You don't need to buy wax from the store, but you can prepare your own using a few simple ingredients you'll find in your kitchen.
How it's done:Pour two tablespoons of sugar into a microwave safe bowl or container, and add in a tablespoon of honey and water each.
Place the mixture in the microwave for 30 seconds, or heat it in a double boiler on the stove.
Boil it until the sugar dissolves and mixes with the liquids.
You will end up with a thick, waxy substance.
Use a spatula or wax applicator to stir the wax, and apply it to the parts of your face with the facial hair you want to eliminate.
Place a strip of cloth over the freshly applied wax, let it cool for a couple of seconds, then pull.
The wax will rip out the hair, leaving your face fresh and clean.
If the homemade wax cools, place it back in the double boiler, or heat it in the microwave for 5 to 10 seconds. Repeat until your face is free of hair!
This is an ancient hair removal method that WORKS! It's easily as effective as waxing though it can be less painful and irritating for your skin.
If you have sensitive skin that is prone to redness, this could be the best natural option for hair removal.
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